3 Major Benefits of our Introductory Seminar

Entering an Executive MBA program can be stressful. It’s been a long time since you were in school and you’re going to be in class with highly successful people, and that can be intimidating. Most if not all of our students start out feeling a bit of impostor syndrome.

Neeley EMBA, 10/2/2018

Admissions, Student Experience

4 Ways to Preview the Program from Out of Town

The Neeley Executive MBA program has been ranked No. 1 in Texas, No. 5 in the nation, and No. 12 in the world by The Economist – which is probably why several of our students travel here from outside the DFW Metroplex. 

Neeley EMBA, 2/2/2018

Admissions, Student Experience, Work/Life Balance

Alumni Panel Recap: “The best time to do it is yesterday.”

Every preview luncheon features a panel of alumni who offer their personal insight into the benefits, challenges and experience of the TCU Neeley Executive MBA program. Here are some of our favorite soundbites from the November 8 luncheon.

Neeley EMBA, 11/20/2017

Admissions, Career Impact, Student Experience

3 Ways Neeley Takes Care of Its Executive MBA Students

What you learn in an MBA program is crucial – that’s the whole point, after all. But sometimes it’s the little extras that make a big difference. Take it from our students.

Neeley EMBA, 6/23/2017

Admissions, Student Experience

Innovation Strategies that Succeed: Michael Sherrod’s Workshop, Part 2

In the first part of this series covering Michael Sherrod’s Executive MBA workshop about disruption and innovation, we covered several different methods for fostering innovation that don’t always – or even usually – work.

Next, Sherrod went on to share his insight on what does work: both the changes you should implement in your organization and the mindset you should adopt to encourage new ideas.

Neeley EMBA, 3/21/2017

Admissions, Leadership

He Realized for the Lord’s Work, He’d Need Some Business Savvy.

Ray Taylor thought he was done with school when he graduated from Andersonville Theological Seminary with a Bachelor of Theology. The new lead pastor at Trinity Harvest Church in Hurst, Texas, he was prepared for the work as a preacher, teacher, shepherd and counselor. But he soon discovered he needed a boost in a vital skill set that people rarely consider in church leadership: business administration.

Neeley EMBA, 6/28/2016

Admissions, Leadership, Student Experience